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Literally no one thinks the availability of rental properties in Metro Vancouver is “very good”

By Ian Holliday, Research Associate July 31, 2016 – Sometimes, responses to poll questions can be very lopsided. These findings are some of the most striking and straightforward ones for pollsters to explain – the sort of things that end up

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What do we really think about female politicians?

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director July 27, 2016 – As Hillary Clinton takes her official place as the first female presidential nominee in U.S. history, the glass ceiling she put “18 million cracks” into during her 2008 bid for the Democratic nomination

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Canadians skeptical about motivations for bringing Duffy, Ghomeshi to trial

By Ian Holliday and Dave Korzinski July 22, 2016 – A recent Angus Reid Institute poll found fewer than half (44%) of all Canadians have “complete” or “a lot of” confidence in provincial criminal courts. This total has actually increased significantly

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Crime rates are higher in Western Canada, but they’ve been falling just like everywhere else

By Ian Holliday, Research Associate July 17, 2016 – An interesting pattern emerges in the Angus Reid Institute’s recent survey on perceptions of the Canadian justice system: Canadians living west of Manitoba are much more likely than those living farther east

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Struggling seniors, withering workplace pensions: Why Canadians support plans to expand CPP

By Dave Korzinski July 5, 2016 – In June, after a summit with provincial and territorial finance ministers, the government announced an expansion of the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). At the time of the meeting the Angus Reid Institute found strong

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Hockey Night Shakeup: On the Strombo Split and the MacLean Majority

By Dave Korzinski June 27, 2016 – Call it hockey’s inherent conservatism, call it a poor fit or blame it on an historically bad season for Canadian hockey franchises – whatever the reason, George Stroumboulopoulos is out of a job. It

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